This week a pair of homophones, both of which are also pairs of homonyms. So for each word we have two separate definitions.
(n.) the flower which by any other name, I've read somewhere would smell the same.
(v.) past tense of rise.
(n.) plural form of row: objects arranged more or less in a straight line.
(v.) third person singular present tense (or something like that) of row: to propel a boat with an oar.
PS, Please no horticulturalists nitpicking the rose plants, OK?